“A Sense Of Place: Memories Of Chattanooga” At The Hunter
Works by two Black artists - Beauford Delaney and Nellie Mae Rowe - are now on display in special exhibitions at the Hunter Museum.
Both artists grew up in cities neighboring Chattanooga during segregation.
On Thursday, starting at 6 PM, the Hunter will present a program inspired by the Rowe exhibition, titled “A Sense of Place: Memories of Chattanooga.”
Charlie Newton is an artist, educator, activist and longtime resident of Chattanooga’s Westside.
Adera Causey is the Hunter’s curator of education.